Freight and forwarding stakeholders will deliberate on bottlenecks hindering the sustainable growth and development of the industry at a meeting scheduled for next week .
Although the sector has recorded notable gains in capacity utilisation owing to government policies such as statutory instrument 64 of 2016 as well as strides made on improving the ease of doing export business under the rapid results initiative, there remains grey areas hindering the maximum viability of the sector.
These negating factors will be among the key areas of focus at the freight and forwarding stakeholders meeting scheduled for next week in Mutare according to Shipping and Forwarding Agents Association of Zimbabwe board member, Ms Lizwe Bunu.
There will be a special session that will focus at how convenient goods are being cleared by the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority through its various processes.
This will include discussions on the border post congestion to proffer solutions on addressing some of these challenges.